Looking to get an entry-level healthcare job? Taking a CNA or CRMA course? This online, basic math skills class can be integrated with any adult education healthcare course. Improve your math skills and increase your marketability while training for your new profession. The basics of percents, decimals, fractions, and measurements will be taught as they relate to health care. Available entirely online, but students can get additional support at the learning center. Once enrolled, students have 6 weeks to complete the course. To enroll in the class, students are required to complete an intake, participate in an orientation to the class, and take assessments. Enrollment available: Jan 27th-March 9th.
Trying to figure out what job is right for you? Our personalized career planning moves through individualized steps to discover what jobs will match your strengths and career goals. Whether you're finding a first career or changing careers, we offer help with your career planning. *Please call our office to meet with a student advisor and to register: 422-4794. Diploma and HiSET students are encouraged to enroll.
Healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries in Maine. As a Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (MAA), you can access a variety of local jobs in hospitals, clinics, dentist and eye doctor offices. Build career skills and prepare for a national MAA certification exam in this hands-on, 13-week program. Program courses include:
- Medical Administrative Assistant
- Office Technology
- Career Opportunities
- Medical Math
- Medical Terminology
Use an on-line simulated, medical office for realistic experience with electronic medical records. We schedule several site visits and guest speakers. Past students have said this is one of the most valuable aspects of the program. Topics include:
- General medical office practices
- Customer service
- HIPPA & Insurance forms
- General billing
- Medical ethics
*Please call our office to register: 422-4794. Participants must meet with a student advisor and complete the application process to register for this class. Please ask us about scholarship options.
**No class during the week of April 20th.
This 180-hour program covers 110 classroom/lab hours and 70 hours of clinical experience along with CPR/BLS training. Class meets at the Sullivan Learning Center with lab at a local healthcare facility in Ellsworth, and clinicals are held at area healthcare facilities and hospital. Upon successful completion of this course, passing the State CNA exam and successful acceptance to the State Registry, you will be state certified as a CNA. Prerequisites: completed application, documented medical immunization history, meet with student advisor, and complete assessments. The schedule is subject to change.
*Please call our office at 422 4794 to start the process today!
If you're thinking about substitute teaching, we want to talk with you! Come to this one-night workshop to learn more about the job. We will cover topics such as eligibility to substitute teach in Maine, classroom management, learning strategies, practical 'survival' tips, pay rate, and state laws regarding confidentiality and student rights. We will review the substitute teacher application process required by RSU 24.
Learn the pre-fixes, suffixes and root words of medical language. If you are working in the healthcare industry and want to make yourself more marketable in the medical field, plan on enrolling in nursing school, or simply want to increase your understanding of medical terms, this 14-week course is for you! This course will cover terms related to all body systems.
*Please call our office to register: 422-4794. Please bring 3x5 index cards to prepare flash cards. Textbook included.